Companies like Disney, WarnerMedia and Netflix have also warned they will reconsider doing business in the state should the law be enacted.
Should the television and film industry decide to snub Georgia as a filming location, it would be a huge blow to the state
There have been mounting calls for Hollywood to snub the state and such a move would lead to major economic losses for Georgia.
Alabama passed a law banning women from having an abortion even in cases of incest or rape and the Missouri legislature made illegal abortions from eight weeks of pregnancy.
Georgia's "heartbeat bill" would ban abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be as early as six weeks, before many women know they are pregnant.
As per officials, passengers seem to be flying to the city from different parts of the world like Singapore, Dubai, Bangkok and other countries.
Airhelp is a global air passenger rights expert that annually issues rankings of the world’s airports based on how they perform in passenger experience.
Abortion is one of the most politically divisive issues in the United States and numerous states have tried to limit access to abortions.
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) has always been praised for its quick adaptation to latest technologies and its efficient use of green energy for running the airport.
Out of the country’s airports, around 100 in total, CISF provides security to over 60, including RGI Airport.
It is understood that with the implementation of ATRS, baggage screening would become automated and the deployment of CISF for the same would no longer be required.
The CISF personnel seized foreign currency worth of Rs 1.2 crore from the passenger.
Zurabishvili, a 66-year-old independent lawmaker, is the daughter of refugees who fled Georgia in 1921 for Paris after the country's annexation by the Red Army.
On interrogation, the passengers stated that the said currency was obtained from unauthorised dealers and was being smuggled out of the country.
The Hyderabad international airport that started with 6.2 million passengers in 2009, is expected to handle over 18 million passengers by the year end.